by jayemcee46 28 Jul 2008

Today my aunt ( the last of my mother's siblings) has been discharged from hospital at long last after 8 weeks. I had a fone call from her early this evening and she is so pleased to be back in her own home in her own environment. Time will tell if all the different departments of social services are working together to make her as comfortable as possible in her last years. She is 93 and a strong and determined character, outliving all her brother's, sister's and parent's ages. When she was admitted to hospital 8 weeks ago there was very little prospect of her surviving the infection she had, a very special thank you to all the staff who looked after her during her stay in hospital. Jo

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by mariahail 29 Jul 2008

Some time older people are stronger than we think, I'm 58 years old, breast cancer, and every problems with arthritis, and avery illnnes you can think of ot, but NOW, listen to this, My grandmother is alive, strong and healthy.She can walk a couple of miles a day, to me two yards is too much!!!!She will be happy at home, just keep her company.

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by auntbaba 29 Jul 2008

That's wonderful news! I'm glad that she is feeling better! *4U

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by jrob Moderator 29 Jul 2008

Thank you for the update. She sounds like an amazing lady. I hope everything goes well for her. Bless her heart.;)

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by iris2006 29 Jul 2008

Isn't that wonderfull news and on that age, I hope your aunt can get the care and help she needs. *4U

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by cordura5 29 Jul 2008

How wonderful! Let's hope that the social services will be working with her for many years to come. <G> * for you.

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by elaine45 29 Jul 2008

I hope she does well.

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by mad14kt 29 Jul 2008

Jay...Ain't GOD GOOD He gives us so many BLESSINGS, that's what He does. God Specializes in things that seems impossible ;) *2U

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by dgrammy 29 Jul 2008

Glad to hear she is doing better and out of the hospital.

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by mops Moderator 29 Jul 2008

Nice to hear the good news. But I bet you'll be busy. Sometimes they call us the sandwich generation, caring for (grand)children when needed and for remaining elderly relatives. My father is 95 and as stubborn as they come. Still living alone, doing his own thing, mostly oil painting and sketching. But he needs being looked after all the same. Flower for you.

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jayemcee46 by jayemcee46 29 Jul 2008

Thank you -yes they do develop a stubborness, guess that's why get to that age! My aunt lives about 400 miles from me and I won't be involved with her care. She does have a neice who looks after her affairs and helps in the garden but she is in her 70's too! Aunty had no children of her own so she will be reliant on the comminity care. I visit her when I can.You father is doing well too and he has his interest in painting which keeps his mind active * for all Jo

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by anna25775 29 Jul 2008

very glad to hear she's out :) *

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jayemcee46 by jayemcee46 29 Jul 2008

thank you anna

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by shirleysisson 29 Jul 2008

Wow - what a good age. *4U

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jayemcee46 by jayemcee46 29 Jul 2008

thank you shirley

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by sqdancer 28 Jul 2008

Still having my mother who is 95, I can relate to what you say. I hope things go well for your aunt and wish you both well...

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jayemcee46 by jayemcee46 29 Jul 2008

thank you Jo

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by clawton 28 Jul 2008

Wishing her well. WOW 93!!!

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jayemcee46 by jayemcee46 29 Jul 2008

thank you Jo

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by loish 28 Jul 2008

Wonderful news. We will all be thinking of you and your aunt.

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jayemcee46 by jayemcee46 29 Jul 2008

thank you lois Jo

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